Maps

The individual trail maps which are available under each trail entry are also listed below. These are .jpg documents. Most are native map size, 1:24,000 when displayed at a resolution of 72 dpi, but some are at other resolutions.

Pacific Crest Trail | Granite Chief Trail | Five Lakes Trail | Squaw Saddle Trail | Whiskey Creek Trail | Five Lakes CREEK Trail | Big Spring Trail | Bear Pen Trail | Powderhorn Trail | Tevis Cup Trail | Picayune Valley Trail | Shanks Cove Trail | Grayhorse Valley Trail | Buckskin Trail | Hell Hole Trail

Pacific Crest Trail

Granite Chief Trail

Five Lakes Creek

Squaw Saddle Trail

Whiskey Creek Trail

Five Lakes Creek Trail

Big Spring Trail

Bear Pen Trail

Powderhorn Trail

Tevis Cup Trail

Picayune Valley Trail

Shanks Cove Trail

Grayhorse Valley Trail

Buckskin Trail

Hell Hole Trail

A version of the map I created for the Granite Chief Wilderness is available through National Geographic Topo! Explorer online. The Topo! Explorer online and desktop software versions, and the traditional Topo! desktop software, are all rather primitive, and National Geographic has failed to update any of them in quite some time. Nevertheless, this interactive map may be of value to you.

2 thoughts on “Maps

    1. Dan Allison Post author

      These maps were drawn by hand in NG Topo!, which I don’t believe has kmz output. I’m on my iPad this weekend, not my computer, so can’t check at the moment. I did GPS two trails on a trip earlier this summer, check my blog post Picayune Valley and Shanks Cove. Over time I can either redraw the tracks in another application that can output kmz, or just create GPS tracks as I’m backpacking. But I probably can’t help you at the moment.

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